Washington Redskins Repeating a Regrettable History with Donovan McNabb

November 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Washington Redskins are no strangers to change at any given time during the season or the offseason. Owner Dan Snyder is as mercurial as they come in terms of how he handles the team, and it shows in the relative lack of success since he assumed ownership in 1999. This season was no different as Snyder hired an experienced head coach, new defensive coordinator and brought in a proven veteran quarterback.
Those who forget their history are doomed to repeat it, and repeat it the Redskins have.
It was 2004 that saw Snyder bring three-time Super Bowl-winning head coach Joe Gibbs back into the league to give the Redskins an experienced head coach. To coach the defense, the Redskins brought in Gregg Williams, who had experience as defensive coordinator with the Tennessee Titans and head coach with the Buffalo Bills. Then the team traded for longtime Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Mark Brunell to have a veteran to lead the offense.
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